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Weems & Plath The Maintenance Log on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Ocala, Florida, United States

Ocala, Florida, United States
very nice nothing written in it
Brand:Weems & Plath

This is a Maintenance log made by Weems and Plath.
it is clean,nothing written in it. it does have a business card taped to the inside of the front cover from a  Yatch sales co in Palm Beach Gardens Fl. Overall it is in nice shape.
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